Yes! It happened in Brazil on October 9th 1983. The referee Jose de Assis Aragao "scored" the equalizing goal in the 2:2 draw between Santos F.C. and S.E. Palmeiras.
No. A referee is part of the field. If a ball rebounds off a referee and enters the goal, the goal is credited to the player that last touched it.
Actually, My grandpa scored the first goal in football as a referee to be counted! In a match between Barrow AFC & Plymouth.
A referee cannot score a goal because they are considered part of the field. Any such goal would be credited to the last player who played the ball.
he was 36789 when he scored his first ever goal
your mother well done your Mum
A goal is scored when the ball passes the line!
Brian Dean for Sheffield United
Alain Giresse scored the "disallowed" goal
Goalkeeper Robinson scored the farthest goal from a goal kick.
bobby or was 10 when he scored his firs goal ever!!
The referee will point to the center mark to indicate the restart; a kick-off.
The referee will point to the center mark to indicate a kick-off restart. No whistle is expected.
Zidane scored the best goal in 2002...
by kicking the ball in the goal!! the best and original type of football. american football is stupid
The goal was actually goal number 1000 , and it was scored by Les Ferdinand.
It was scored by a South African .
No, no NHL player has ever scored a goal in every game of the season.
A goal scored in overtime is called a golden goal. The game ends when a golden goal is scored. The rule ceased to apply to most FIFA authorized football games in 2004.